By-Elections: Tripura Records 76.6 percent Voting, Lowest Voting In Punjab

Bypolls for three Lok Sabha and seven assembly seats spanned five states . Highest turnout in Punjab, Delhi, and Uttar Pradesh at 76.62 percent .

New Delhi: The bypolls for three Lok Sabha and seven assembly seats spanned five states, with Delhi being the most successful on Thursday, with the highest turnout in Punjab, Delhi, and Uttar Pradesh at 76.62 percent, while Jharkhand stood at 56% and Andhra Pradesh at 67%.The final numbers are likely to change.In Uttar Pradesh, where the participation rate in the by-elections to the Azamgarh and Rampur Lok Sabha seats was 43%, Samajwadi Party leader Akhilesh Yadav accused the ruling BJP of misusing power to hinder voting.The turnout in Tripura for the by-elections to four assembly constituencies was an astonishing 76.62 percent.

From Town Bardowali, Chief Minister Manik Saha is running.To continue as the Chief Minister, he must win this election.He was sworn in last month as a member of the Sangrur Lok Sabha constituency, which was sworn in after then Chief Minister Biplab Debs' abrupt resignation.Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann demanded that the voting period be extended until 7 p.m. in a tweet, claiming that because of the paddy-sowing season, many people are also working in fields.

Over 43% of Indian voters registered to vote in Rajinder Nagar assembly constituency in Delhi.The by-election to Atmakuru assembly constituency in Andhra Pradesh was largely seen as a contest between a determined Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and a zealous BJP, according to State Chief Electoral Officer Mukesh Kumar Meena.The polling went on without incident, serious protest, or disruption in Jharkhand, according to State Chief Electoral Officer Mukesh Kumar Meena.Following Bandhu Tirkey's removal as an MLA after a corruption case, the by-election was deemed necessary.Shilpa Neha Tirkey of the JMM-led alliance has been chosen as the common candidate of the Congress, while former legislator Gangotri Kujur of the BJP has been nominated by senior Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan, who was also elected to the state assembly earlier this year.